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Motherboard
Motherboard

Most of the Mammals On Earth Are Cows Because We're Addicted to Meat

A new study of all the biomass on the planet found that 60 percent of all mammals are livestock.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.24.18
oceans
oceans

Chasing Ghost Barges Off the Coast of Java

Coal barges are destroying protected coral reef in Java's Karimunjawa islands.
Adi Renaldi
5.11.18
video
video

There's an Illegal Trash Volcano Burning in Greece

For decades, the Greek Island of Kalymnos has been dealing with an active volcano... of trash.
VICE Staff
5.9.18
doomsday
doomsday

We Asked Experts If We’re Living In The End Times

Shit’s bleak.
Hillary Windsor
5.8.18
pets
pets

This Is How Terrible Your Pet Is for the World

Bad news, pet owners.
Tom Usher
5.7.18
Photography
Photography

Your Plastic Waste Is Killing Tons of Baby Birds

We talked to the photographer who documents North Pacific albatross and their garbage-clogged insides.
Harriet Renn
5.3.18
Bali
Bali

'We Just Want to Breathe Some Clear Air'

Concerns over coal power plant pollution cloud Bali's north coast.
Adi Renaldi
4.30.18
Fukushima
Fukushima

Hong Kong Still Won't Lift Ban on Food from Fukushima

Seven years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan is struggling to convince the world that its fish and produce is safe to eat.
Mayukh Sen
3.29.18
environment
environment

More Than 75 Percent of Earth’s Land Areas Are ‘Broken,’ Major Report Finds

Once-productive lands have become deserts, are polluted, or deforested, putting 3.2 billion people at risk.
Stephen Leahy
3.27.18
Oh FFS
Oh FFS

Is Using Social Media Bad for the Environment?

The devices we use may come with their own carbon footprint, but social media itself is a little greener than you'd think.
Tom Usher
3.16.18
suggestion box
suggestion box

Reclaim the Golf Courses

The world after golfing is a greener, more accessible one.
Jordan Pearson
3.1.18
erosions
erosions

The Sinking Brothel

The sex workers of Banishanta, an island on Bangladesh’s southwestern coast, stand to be washed away by rising sea levels.
Matthew Bremner
2.27.18